MIT’s Technology Review November Issue contained an article entitled “Data Driven Healthcare:  Can Technology Fix Medicine?”  In the comments section, some commenters began to make a case that they believe can begin to connect the dots between the patient, the doctors diagnosis and prescribed treatment. Julia Walden commented “The data is a good benchmark,… Read More

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Summary: Time Magazine’s “Your Digital Life: The Ultimate Users Guide” lists entertainment and other aspects of our social lives as the key to living a fulfilling and successful life in our digital age.  Yet, this catalog of “fun” stuff we can do to improve our digital lives is missing a critical aspect- how can we… Read More

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“What if…” we all had to face Ebola.  I don’t mean to imply that “we” in North America, are not involved due to the geographical distance provided by the Atlantic Ocean.  Many of us have family and relatives living in Western Africa. Others have friends travelling overseas. All of us hear about it on the… Read More

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This past week, I’ve felt as if I’ve been visiting the future. Why? Because I’ve been in Cambridge, Massachusetts, at the Canada Trade Commission’s Canadian Technology Accelerator’s (CTA) event, 48 hours in the Hub. 48 hours in the Hub is described by it’s own website as a, “ semiannual intensive two-day program of workshops, strategic… Read More

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